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Geraldo Rivera Says He Has His Own ‘Embarrassing’ Donald Trump Tapes

Geraldo Rivera said that he has uncovered some “embarrassing” tapes of Donald Trump discussing women — but insisted that the mogul never used a vulgar term about women’s genitalia and never actually groped women.

Rivera, who stars on a Fox News talk show, said he has started to sift through a mountain of “many tapes” of Trump interviews over the years.

“There are statements that, in the context of the current climate, would be embarrassing,”Rivera said on Fox News’ The Five Sunday, Politico reported.](http://www.politico.com/blogs/on-media/2016/10/geraldo-rivera-i-have-tapes-of-embarrassing-statements-from-trump-229433)

Rivera did not say whether he plans to release the recordings.

In a revleation that might make Trump breath a sigh of relief, he had not heard Trump use the word “pussy” before Friday’s tape emerged.

“He’s never used the P-word in front of me, I’ll say that,” Rivera said. “(And) I never saw him come onto any of the beautiful women on the program.”

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